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March 29th, 2020

Your Comment on How Can We Help One Another During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

Your Comment on How Can We Help One Another During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

The New York Times published me in their Comment section and I would like to share with you my suggestions. I hope they will help you in this time of confusion and uncertainty. We will all get through this most precious ones. Do not be sad. Keep Love and Joy in your heart. Help and love one another. The best thing you can do for you and your loved ones is staying home. That will save lives.

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Pama L | Alabama
What about riding bikes or reading books? When we were kids we used to have great imaginations. I’m not sure kids today have that. What about hiking in the mountains? Taking walks in the neighborhood. What about taking drives out in the country? Are all these things taboo now? What about doing some crafts and painting on canvas. Being creative for children and teenagers? Making things? Find out who’s birthdays are coming up and make them something they would cherish the rest of their lives. How about writing a letter to a cousin, aunt or uncle, or grandparent or do you have a book inside you you have thought about writing and never have sat down and started it? I have a 14-year-old grandson who is a great writer. I am a grandparent and I know I would love to get a letter from them. I think young people could entertain themselves if they would just let their imagination flow.

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May 10th, 2013

Sharing some Photo’s. Please comment if you like. I took them

Butler Flower 2013 1

Butler Flower 2013 2

Moth 1

My friends in church came up with what this moth is and I thought I would share this with you.

Cecropia Moth is single brooded. The female lays 200 to 300 whitish oval eggs, a few at a time, usually on the undersides of leaves. The larva feeds on a variety of trees and shrubs but mainly on cherry, plum, elder berry, apple, box-elder, maple, walnut, birch, and willow. The overwintering cocoon does not hang but is attached lengthwise to a twig of the plant on which the larva has fed.

This perticular moth has probably just came out of it’s cacoon because the wings are drooping. I understand that this moth takes awhile for it to fly. I hope that nothing happens to it. I didn’t disturb it in any way but was just sitting there on the side walk. I hope other people just leave it alone. Very interesting.